Enter and immerse yourself in a place that can show you all about the Earth throughout history. Start with how Earth first came about all that time ago. Then you can learn about the age of the Dinosaurs and how it was abruptly ended. After that you can see how the Earth was formed into what we know today with the amazing animals we see in the wild and the gorgeous plants that are here. Our 80 million objects here span 4.5 billion years! From the formation of our solar system through to the present day. A lot has happened in between then and we want to shed some light for you. Don’t hesitate to speak to one of our friendly team if you need anything on your visit.
Day Out At The Natural History Museum
Did you know that we have more than 300 scientists who work here? We are also an acclaimed research institution who publish more than 700 papers per year! Everyone here works hard to bring you the amazing exhibits we have to show. Walking through the museum is somewhat of a spectacle when you see the skeleton of a whale hanging above you and some giants who once lived here.
Planning a school trip to The Natural History Museum in London? Great idea! Our museum is the perfect place for the younger generation to start their curiosity of the past. There are some fantastic things for them to learn about, along with activities to keep them engaged. Make sure to book in advance though and we can give you some extra information. We offer virtual workshops too which can be streamed directly to your class at school.
Educational Visit And School Trips London
Please head over to our website to find lots more information about The Natural History Museum and what we do here. Our friendly and helpful team are always on hand to help if you need it. Get in touch with us to enquire about tickets and admission information. Our contact details can be found right here on this page. Haven’t visited before? Then don’t forget to take a look at the map which shows our exact location.
Keep in touch and up to date with us by following us on social media. We love to see all of your posts and pictures while you’re visiting so don’t forget to tag us. Keep up to date with our latest news to be the first to know about any new exhibits, changes to the museum and any promotions we may be running.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
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